Involved removing and disposing 43,000 cy of contaminated soil. Soil had been contaminated through diesel, bunker oils, and spoils from 100 years of use as an active rail yard. Approx 32,000 cy of overburden was stripped from the site until the contaminate level was exposed. During removal of overburden, numerous subterranean concrete structures and misc debris were encountered from the historic rail operations. Concrete structures were cleaned, processed, and returned to the site as fill. Once the debris and structures were removed, the contaminated soil was removed, stockpiled, and transported for disposal at the Graham Road Landfill. PPM managed the dewatering throughout the project and successfully treated and discharged approx 6 million gallons of water into the St. Joe River without any exceedances of the permit requirements.